Smartphones, Phubbing, and Relationship Satisfaction

In one small survey of 143 U.S. adults, 46 percent reported experiencing “phubbing”, short for phone snubbing. 23 percent said it was a problem in their relationship, such as when partners glance at their phone during conversation or check it during conversational lulls.

Pro-Natalism Is Not Necessarily Pro-Family

Civilization is in crisis. The birth decline continues to drop as marriage rates plummet and suffer from further delay. But how responsible is our culture for this? Does it play a role in family formation, making it intentionally harder to have kids? Would a more religious culture that encourages married couples to have more babies catch on?

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